These pool noodle wreaths are so easy to make and look lovely in your home. Grab a pool noodle from the dollar store and get creative!
The first time I discovered that a pool noodle could be turned into a wreath form? Mind blown. If you’re here reading this blog post, you’re probably thinking the same thing. And maybe even wondering how to do it.
Well my friends, it’s simple. All you do is a grab a foam noodle from Dollar Tree (or your local dollar store), some Duck Tape, and then do a little bit of this action:
You simply tape it into a ring, and now you have a basic round wreath form that you can decorate to your heart’s content! It’s that easy. Some people use glue guns to secure the ring as well, but I’m a Duck tape girl.
Whatever method you choose for securing, you’ll have an inexpensive wreath form ready for your crafting adventures in a few minutes flat.
There are two features of making a form like this that I really love: 1) it’s very lightweight and 2) the form itself is waterproof. Which is nice if you want to put a noodle wreath on your front porch or door.
So once you have the pool noodle wreath form, what do you do with it? That’s really why you’re here! And I’ve got over 35 ideas for you. There are a variety of styles and techniques, from wreaths made in under 30 minutes to some Christmas and holiday options.
If you’re in need of some inspiration, I think you’re going to love these wreath projects below. Please take a peek. These DIYs are relatively easy, but if you have questions, please leave them as comments. Enjoy!
Pool Noodle Wreaths
You're going to love these pool noodle wreath ideas! All of them are inexpensive, easy to make, and look great in your home. Scroll down to get the projects, including holiday (at the bottom of the list).
Donna brought together a variety of materials for her wreath: gingham fabric, paint chips, ribbon, yarn . . . it's a great reminder to check through your stash and see what you have to make decor on a budget.
You might be a fan of pink and red, but sometimes they can be overwhelming with your Valentine's Day decor. This is a great way to incorporate the colors of the holiday while making a pretty wreath that is a little more subtle.
This DIY wreath is way easier than it looks! You're going to put down a base of gray yarn, then use shamrock cutouts to decorate. If you're looking for something simple to decorate for St. Pat's, this is the perfect idea.
Debbie collected spring supplies from dollar bins and on sale to make her unique pool noodle wreath. This wreath is a perfect excuse to raid your stash and use up ribbon, florals, and other supplies you've been holding on to.
If you want to make something pretty and perfect for summer - put a starfish on it! That's exactly what Dee added to a pool noodle wreath form, along with some ribbon as well. I love how it turned out!
Learn how to make this cozy fall wreath using a pool noodle and an old sweater! Once you learn how to do it, you'll be at the thrift store thinking about what other clothing you can turn into home decor.
It would be hard to shape a pool noodle into a square on its own - but you can do it with the help of a wire form! The pool noodle gives the metal wreath form some depth and allows for a perfect wrapping surface that you can also pin into and glue onto easily.
I'm excited to share Jennifer's candy corn wreath project because it ticks all my craft criteria boxes. It's easy, fast, cheap, and it's Halloween themed! My favorite holiday. Learn how she cut the pool noodle into three sections to make this.
Ornament wreaths can get really heavy, especially as they get larger. The nice thing about a pool noodle is it keeps the wreath somewhat light and definitely easy to hang! You'll want this statement piece wreath above your mantel.